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"Two Cheese Bibliographies" by Mistress Alexandra Hartshorne, OL.

 

NOTE: See also the files: cheese-msg, Aged-Cheese-art, bag-cheeses-art, Cheese-Histry-art, cheesemaking-msg, Dairy-Prodcts-art, fresh-cheeses-msg.

 

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Two Cheese Bibliographies

by Mistress Alexandra Hartshorne, OL

 

Someone asked me about my research resources for the cheese making processes. Below is what I've used as part of the pentathlon documentation. There is more, but this should be enough of a start :)

 

Some I used more than others, but all are at least good starting points for further investigations.

 

 

Bibliography 1

Monday, 16 December 2013

 

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http://www.cheesemaking.com/includes/modules/jwallace/onlinenews/feedbackpics/06_11/friends/pics/meidieval.pdf

 

Asiago, Finica, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.finica.com/productsDetail.php?Asiago-56

 

Asiago, Wisconsin Cheese, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.eatwisconsincheese.com/cheese/article.aspx?cid=4

 

Austin, T. (1888) Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery-Books. Harleian MS. 279 & Harl. MS. 4016, with extracts from Ashmole MS. 1429, Laud MS. 553, & Douce MS 55, London: for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.archive.org/stream/twofifteenthcent00aust/twofifteenthcent00aust_djvu.txt

 

Blackie, M. (1994) Farmhouse Cooking, HarperCollins, NSW.

 

Bogucki, P. I. (1984) Ceramic sieves of the Linear Pottery culture and their economic implications, Oxf. J. Archaeol. 3, 15–30.

 

Brien, A, Various, ChannelCheeseTV, accessed July 2013, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iDIuth93hE

 

Brand, L (2004) Lime, accessed June 2013, http://www.openairclassroom.org.uk/Further%20information/information-lime.pdf

 

Carroll, R. (2002) Home Cheese Making, Storey, USA.

 

Cato, MP and Varro, MT (100BC) Roman Farm Management - The Treatises of Cato and Varro, Project Gutenberg, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/12140

 

Cennini, Cennino (1954), The craftsman's handbook : the Italian Il libro dell'arte, Dover, New York.

 

Cheese: True (gut) Rennet vs. Microbial and other types, Comment: cheesemaestro, accessed Sept 2013, http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/881320

 

Cheeses, Rustic Cooking, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.rusticocooking.com/cheeses.htm

 

Cheesemaking, Ribe Viking Center, accessed Aug 2013, http://ribevikingecenter.dk/en/learn-more/food-cheese.aspx

Clarified Butter, Wikipedia, accessed Aug 2013, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarified_butter

 

Copley M.S., Berstan R., Mukherjee, A.J., Dudd S.N., Straker V., Payne S. & Evershed R.R (2005) Dairying in antiquity: III - Evidence from absorbed lipid residues dating to the British Neolithic, Journal of Archaeological Science, 32: 523–546.

 

Cornelii Taciti, P. (98AD) De Origine Et Situ Germanorum, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.laurentianum.de/lggerm02.htm

 

Craig, O & Chapman, J & Figler, A & Patay, P & Taylor, G & Collins, M. (2003) 'Milk Jugs' and other Myths of the Copper Age of Central Europe, European Journal of Archaeology, vol 6(3): 251-265.

 

Digby, K, The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened, accessed June 2013, http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/16441

 

Grant, M. (2008) Roman Cookery: Ancient Recipes for Modern Kitchens, Serif, London.

 

Haloumi, Cyrus Food and Drinks, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.cyprusfoodndrinks.com/cgibin/hweb?-A=301&;-V=b2b

 

Halloumi, Slow Food Foundation, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.slowfoodfoundation.com/ark/details/523/halloumi-

 

Halloumi, Wikipedia, accessed Aug 2013, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloumi

 

Hard Cheese Recipe Booklet, Mad Millie, www.madmillie.com

 

Hayes, C. (2011) 'Galway butter find dates back to the Iron Age' Irish Central, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.irishcentral.com/news/Bog-Butter-find-believed-to-be-2500-years-old-121769889.html

 

Kindstedt, P. (2012) Cheese and Culture: A history of cheese and its place in western civilisation, Chelsea Green, USA.

 

Lorenzi, R. (2009) 3000 Year Old Butter Found in Ireland, NBCnews, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.nbcnews.com/id/32630695/ns/technology_and_science-science/t/-year-old-butter-discovered-ireland/#.Ue6iLqwpiHy

 

Mair, V and Hoh, E. (2009) The True History of Tea, Thames & Hudson, London.

 

Medieval Cheese, Blogspot, accessed April 2013, http://medievalcheese.blogspot.com.au/

 

Medieval Cheese, Facebook, accessed April 2013, https://www.facebook.com/Medievalcheese

 

Mendelson, A. (2008) The Suprising Story of Milk Through the Ages, Alfred A Knopf, New York.

 

Myrdal, J and Fenton, A, (1988) The Plunge Churn from Ireland to Tibet: Food and drink and travelling accessories: In honorem Gosta Berg, Edinburgh, P191-212

 

Outram, A & Stear, N & Bendrey, R & Olsen, S & Kasparov, A & Zaibert, V & Thorpe, N & Evershead, R, (2009) The Earliest Horse Harnessing and Milking, Science Magazine, vol 323, P1332-1335.

 

Quicklime, Wikihow, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Quicklime

 

Scappi, B., Opera : (dell' arte del cucinare). Reprint. First published: Opera di M. Bartolomeo Scappi. Venice, 1570. 1981, Bologna: Arnaldo Forni. [20], 436 leaves [ca. 888 p.], [28] p. of plates. translated by  Louise Smithson, (Helewyse de Birkestad) February 2011, accessed July 2013, http://dir.groups.yahoo.com/group/scacooksitalian/message/289

 

Swaminathan, N (2012) A Pre-historic Cocktail Party, Archaeological Institute of America, accessed March 2013, www.archaeology.org

 

Theophilus P.;Hendrie R. (1847) An essay upon various arts, in three books, John Murray, London

http://archive.org/details/theophiliquietr01hendgoog accessed May 2013

 

Thistle Rennet Cheese, Culture Cheese Mag, accessed Sept 2013, http://www.culturecheesemag.com/style/spring_2010/thistle_rennet_cheese

 

Various, Cheese.com, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.cheese.com/

 

Visit to an Italian Asiago Cheese Factory, Recipe Girl Blog, accessed Aug 2013, http://www.recipegirl.com/2010/06/09/visit-to-an-italian-asiago-cheese-factory/

 

Waxing the Round, Essential Stuff, accessed Aug 2013, http://essentialstuff.org/index.php/2011/06/06/Cat/cheese-making-waxing-the-round/

 

 

Bibliography 2

Thursday, 8 January 2015

 

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Booth, P. (?) The Macclesfield Cattle Enterprise 1354-1376, Academia, accessed Nov 2014, https://www.academia.edu/5488855/The_Macclesfield_Cattle_Enterprise_1354_to_1376

 

Bogucki, P (1986) The Antiquity of Dairying in Temperate Europe, Expedition, vol 28, No 2, P51-58.

 

Brick, G.A. (2003) The University Farm Experimental Cave and St.Paul as the Blue Cheese Capital of the World, Ramsey County History, vol 38, no. 3, P4-10.

 

Clutton-Brock, J (1999) A Natural History of Domesticated Animals, Cambridge University Press, New York USA.

 

Copley M.S., Berstan R., Dudd S.N., Docherty G., Mukherjee, A.J., Straker V., Payne S. & Evershed R.P (2002) Direct chemical evidence for widespread dairying in prehistoric Britain, PNAS vol 100, No 4, P1524-1529.

 

Decker JE, McKay SD, Rolf MM, Kim J, Molina Alcala´ A, et al. (2014) Worldwide Patterns of Ancestry, Divergence, and Admixture in Domesticated

Cattle, PLoS ONE, vol 10, issue 3.

 

Dudd, S.N. & Evershed, R.P. (1998) Direct Demonstration of Milk as an Element of Archaeological Economies, Science, vol 282, P1478-1481.

 

El Zubeir, I.E.M. & Jabreel, S.O. (2008) Fresh cheese from camel milk coagulated with Camifloc, International Journal of Dairy Technology, vol 61 no. 1, P90-95.

 

Evershed R.P, Payne S., Sherratt A.G, Copley M.S., Coolidge J., Urem-Kotsu D., Kotsakis K., Ozdogan M., Ozdogan A.E., Nieuwenhuyse O., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Bailey D., Andeescu R-R., Campbell S., Farid S., Hodder I., Yalman N., Ozbasaran M., Bicakci E., Garfinkel Y., Levy T. & Burton M.M. (2008) Earliest date for milk use in the Near East and southeastern Europe linked to cattle herding, Nature, vol 455, P528-531.

 

Gautier, M., Rouault, A., Sommer, P. & Briandet, R. (1995) Occurrence of Propionbacterium freudenreichii Bacteriophages in Swiss Cheese, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, July 1995, P2572-2576.

 

Hacket, T. (1588) A dairie Booke for good hufwiues, transcription by Kathleen Madsen 2015, accessed Jan 2015.

 

Huntley, D. (2013) Say Cheese!, British Heritage, vol September/2013, P54-57.

 

Jeon, I.J. (1996) Undesirable flavours in dairy products, Food Taints and Off-Flavours, Chapman & Hall, P139-167.

 

Kamber, U. & Terzi, G. (2008) The Traditional Cheeses of Turkey: Middle and Eastern Black Sea Region, Food Reviews International, 24:95-118.

 

Karamanes, E. (?) Changes in Cheese Production Among the Koupatsarei: The Cheese Batzos, ? P287-296.

 

Martin, M. (2008) Interiors and Interiority in the Ornamental Dairy Tradition, Eighteenth-Century Fiction 20, no.3, P357-384.

 

Marom, N. & Bar-Oz, G. (2013) The Prey Pathway: A Regional History of Cattle (Bos taurus) and Pig (Sus scrofa) Domestication in the Northern Jordan Valley, Israel, PLoS ONE, vol 8, issue 2.

 

MacDonald, K.I. (2012) The morality of cheese: A paradox of defensive localism in a transnational cultural economy, Geoforum, vol 44, P93-102.

 

MacDonald, K. (2013) The Transnational Life of Cheese, A Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism, Blackwell Publishing, P293-315.

 

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